About Standing Orders & Direct Bank Payments

 

What is a standing order?

You tell your bank or building society to make regular payments to a particular bank or building society account.

They’re different from Direct Debits – they pay exactly the amount you choose, not the amount you owe to an organisation.

You can set them up to keep on paying indefinitely, or to end on a certain date or after a set number of payments.

You’re in full control – you can start or stop them or change the payment amount whenever you want.

All the essential information you need is shown on the standing order form. 


How to avoid and sort out problems with standing orders

Take care with the details. Double-check the bank account details you give, the amount and the payment date.

It’s your responsibility to ensure the payment is for the right amount, for example if the membership fee changes.

If you have a problem with a standing order, contact your bank.

 

Direct Bank Payments

Easy to set up using on-line banking. All the essential information you need is shown on the standing order form. 

As a reference please enter your surname and boat number.

The problem with direct payments is that they are not repeat or annual payments. In order to retain membership, you need to repeat the entry every year.  Please consider setting up a standing order instead.

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